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Woman saves man from mob…

Woman saves man from mob…

Black woman saves racist from mob Then Keshia Thomas of Ann Arbor shields a man wearing a Confederate T-shirt from an angry crowd during a Ku Klux Klan rally on June 96

Josephine Baker in her uniform.

Joshephine Baker - American born entertainer was a war hero in WWII. She worked with French authorities to attain secrets overheard from enemy high officials.

Racial segregation in U.S.

Shot by Gordon Parks, one the greatest African American photographers of our time - I remember those two words as though it was yestrday

Life tribute to Medger Evers. Mr Evers was a great man. I am so sorry this is the only pin on him.

Child and Widow of Murdered Civil Rights Activist Medgar Evers at his Funeral, June 1963 by John Loengard

A man can't ride your back unless it's bent. ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

One of the biggest Human Rights Activist to date is Martin Luther King Jr. He lead the African American movement during a very racist period in history. Martin Luther King is famously known for his "I Have A Dream" speech.

TOMMIE SMITH AND JOHN CARLOS  Summer Olympics   |  Oct. 16, 1968  |  Photo By Neil Leifer/SI

American sprinters Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos (right) raise their black-gloved fists on the Olympic medal podium in Mexico City to signify Black Power.

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Lucretia Collins, “Freedom Rider” from Fairbanks, Alaska, walks to plane in Jackson, May after being freed from the county jail on 500 dollar bond.

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